Empowering teams with EHR data and collaborative tools to drive clinical quality measures and outcomes
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Understand the impact of Alerts, Order Sets, and Orders on your quality measures across provider, department, and more.
With data at your fingertips, align your team with data to understand if your interventions are actually driving outcomes.
Tag your Alerts, Order Sets, Procedures and more for quick access. Add contributors to keep experts in the loop.
Our easy-to-use interface makes it simple for experts to dive into the EHR data that impacts them.
Minimize sifting through your CDS by having the important information in the same place.
Contextualize performance through burden and utilization metrics across departments, providers, and more.
Increase accountability of your teams during review cycles by directly requesting reviews within the product, giving teammates access to Orderset previews, usage data, and more.
Use the data, you can use the data to tell a story that aligns stakeholders on the facts. Confidently answer the question, “Are our alerts actually working?”
Understand how alerts, order sets, and more are shaping you and your colleagues' workflows.
Quick access to data and collaboration features allows you to give feedback on the EHR tools relevant to your clinical qualiity initiatives.
We offer an aggregated view of data so you can quickly identify areas of opportunities within your practice to kick off an initiative.
Did the CDS you built actually help? Easily answer challenging questions like how orders are ordered across order sets and if those orders improved quality measures.
Quick access to visualizations makes it easier to see how you’re impacting the clinicians that are using the EHR tools you helped build.
When others are able to find answers for themselves, you get time to focus on more difficult work.
Applied Clinical Informatics. 2019 Oct;10(5):810-819
“Towards a Maturity Model for Clinical Decision Support Operations”
National Institute of Health (NIH):
Multi-institutional novel approach to aligning EHR build with patient outcomes/QI
AMIA 2019 Annual Symposium:
Variability in User Response to Custom Alerts in the Electronic Health Record: An Observational Study
Winners of the Closing the Data Divide Challenge:
Innovating in knowledge management and delivery of alerts for public health
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